Louise DuArt, often called the world’s greatest impressionist, continues to astound critics and celebrities alike with her dead-on impressions of America’s most famous people.
Her talent of imitating celebrities with fun-loving style has made Louise DuArt one of the most revered impressionists today. Her marquee characters include Kathie Lee Gifford, Judge Judy, Joan Rivers, George Burns, and Jane Fonda, to name just a few.
Louise starred in Cafe DuArt, which ran for two seasons on GoodLife TV Network. The musical sitcom, created in part by DuArt, portrays the harried and hilarious proprietor of Cafe DuArt, a popular New York nightspot.
Likened to “‘Laugh-In’ in a ‘Cheers’ setting,” a host of characters, including Fran Drescher, Barbra Streisand and Cher — all of whom are played by DuArt — frequent the lively comedy cabaret.
Louise first realized her talent as a teenager, when she would disguise her voice for her friends and call the high school to excuse them from classes. Her talent continued to develop as a young homemaker and her uncanny ability to mimic others in the community kept the neighbors in stitches. It was then that she took her talent to the stage.
Throughout her extensive career, Louise DuArt has earned the reputation as the premier female impressionist in America. Her Showtime comedy specials were Emmy-nominated, and she was the hostess of the Lifetime Television show Rodeo Drive.
Louise received critical acclaim for her starring role in the long-running Broadway show Catskills on Broadway. Her most recent appearance on the New York stage was in the comedy/musical Dreamstuff. In 1996 her original musical Glued to the Tube enjoyed an extended run at the Claridge Hotel Casino in Atlantic City. For two seasons she performed all of the female voices on the syndicated television series DC Follies.
Louise’s recent appearances on The Today Show, Hollywood Squares, and various daytime talk shows are proof of her growing talent and acclaim.
She was a part of the live road show, “Together Again with Tim Conway and Harvey Korman.” They crossed the country reviving sketches performed on the Carol Burnett Show and played to packed audiences for a number of years.
Now, catch Louise on Living the Life and let her make an impression on you! Find out more about this acclaimed comedienne and where she is appearing at LouiseDuArt.com.